Moral discipline in the Christian Church being lectures delivered during Lent 1904 in Westminster Abbey by Hensley Henson

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StatementbyH. Hensley Henson.
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Paginationxlv, 271 p. ;
Number of Pages271
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); for the sake of loving the weaker sheep in the church, that they might not be led astray (v. 6); for the sake of loving non-Christian neighbors, that they might not be confused by a false witness (v.

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